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, the biggest prize on this super tuesday fell in favor of ms. romney. >> after being locked in the type up all night, he narrowly won the primary. he also scored victories in virginia, massachusetts, vermont and idaho. >> midwestern tour and one in oklahoma, tennessee and north dakota. newt gingrich won in georgia. robert liles on the challenges that lie ahead. >> we are going to take your vote, but huge vote in massachusetts, and take that victory all the way to the white house. >> as massachusetts polls closed that romney also seem to close his grip on the republican nomination. that white knuckle grip loosened in ohio with rick santorum. >> it's clear. we have won races all over this country, against the odds. when they thought, okay, he's finally finished. we keep coming back. >> santorum is more like they surprise storm. then came tonight's nailbiter in ohio. >> i think it is the surprise because santorum is doing so well in ohio. >> ohio is this state every year. so that makes the buckeye state -- >> the crown of super tuesday, this is the state that romney needed to win. >> despite rom
. so, what does this mean for romney and is it time for gingrich to bow out? susan mcguiness is in birmingham. >> reporter: what a night for rick santorum, he sweeps alabama and mississippi. he edges newt gingrich into second place and gingrich had the most to lose tonight. this is a venue where he had his rally. and leaving mitt romney in third place. cbs news projects rick santorum has swept tuesday's primaries in the south. winning both alabama and mississippi. >> we did it again. mitt romney spent the day rallying supporters in missouri. looking ahead to saturday's caucuses there. he is calling himself the one guy in the race who can beat president obama. >> he said he would cut taxes for middle income americans. your taxes down? don't vote with what the pundents say. >> leading up to tuesday's primaries. newt gingrich is fighting for the same conservative voters. he spoke about the primary in birmingham. >> we are going to leave alabama and mississippi with the substantial number of delegates, increasing our total going towards tampa. >> gingrich made a big
presidential candidate rick santorum is gaining on front runner mitt romney in upcoming primaries including here in california. he's still the favorite among likely republican voters but santorum is now just six points behind, jumping 18-point december. but for now the gop spotlight is on the deep south. alabama and mississippi hold their primaries on tuesday. the strongly conservative states could be the last chance for that from his rival to halt his moment. >> you have an opportunity and mississippi to narrow this race today conservative versus the insider moderate. >> despite his growing delegate lead romney has not done well with southerners, evangelicals and other more conservative voting blocs. santorum and gingrich had consistently split database. >> they are sky high at this time of year with no signs of coming down. gas prices. >> at what's really driving up the price per gallon and why you will be paying more in the next few months. >> and they are the size of many bedrooms. at 160 square feet, these are apartments. we will take input and discover in this case what size does matt
as long as the lead keep coming in. i think the kids. dirichlet's facing a must win situation that romney came through with another picture is in an illinois. he routed by santorum with nearly half the votes in the state's primary avises third straight state win. santorum finished with 34 percent of the vote. ron paul and its interest is at this stage is in the third and fourth the news exit polling shows on with voters consider the economy the most important issue this year. we know our future is brighter in these troubled times. we still believe in america. and we deserve a president who believes in us and i believe in the american people. the always we won the areas that can serve as inhabitants thought we're very happy about that a habit of the delegates let's do. >>> most of their attention to louisiana's primary on saturday. >>> it's nice when ron increases this leave when it comes to the delegates he is now 562 that is twice as many as santorum and almost halfway to the 1144 delegates needed to claim the republican nomination. the damaged homes and roads that is the evidence left
state. and only mitt romney and ron paul collected enough signatures to appear on the virginia ballot. paul is targeting the caucus dates like idaho. >> i expect that it will be one of our best states. >> reporter: he has yet to win a single state. danielle noddingham, cbs news, ohio. >> well, the more fallout from his comments about the law student in favor of broader birth control coverage. and the companies, such as quick in loans, proflowers, aol have all pulled their ads from his radio show. sandra fluke appeared before the congressional hearing last week. and she argumented for birth control coverage that he called her a prostitute. today, the conservative radio talk show host had a message for advertisers. >> well, they no locker want your business. we'll replace them. it's simple really. and advertising is a business decision. it's not a social one. and only they need to try to use the extortion, the pressure, the flip, to silence the opposing voices. >> we don't do that. >> i don't think that a statement like this issued saying that his choice of words were not the best. and
diego. romney's campaign says the they're not worried about the information being weeks by the thefts is not appear to be politically motivated. >>> students now face tougher security precautions will take college entrance exams after an s.a.t. cheating scandal was uncovered is a restive students prompted the new rules 55 students either got paid to take the sats or paid others to take its once kindled 60 minutes that he was paid around $2,500 to. did we before today was incredibly easy to cheese there were a number of loopholes that made it possible for kids to pay someone else to take the test for them. now students lack of blood flow id when they register the test which will be put in a database on the day of the test a photo id will be required to match the registration. to equate something is bugging starbucks customers they say the coffee chain may have gone too far when it made ingredients in one of its frozen drinks and a little more natural light my chagrin shows us why quebeckers and now part of one favorite drink. >>> this story, your opinion is made of you it's about a p
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